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Last Thanksgiving, my wife, Becky, challenged her second-grade class to write thank you notes to those people for whom they were grateful.
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The third annual Earth Day at Mill Cove will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Mill Cove Environmental Area north of Mansfield.
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A retired Rochester police officer who served in the Iraq War has been selected to become the next senior enlisted soldier in the New York Army National Guard.
About 150 members of the Georgia National Guard from the Toccoa-based 876th Engineer Company are heading to Afghanistan this summer for a nine-month deployment.
The band LittleHouse will host a benefit concert May 10th to support the scholarship Fund.
The Army is planning to move all the National Guard's Apache helicopters to the regular Army, a move opposed by many in the Guard.
For decades the National Guard has fought hard against the stereotype that it was the place to avoid the draft during the Vietnam War, or that it's a place to get college money rather than combat duty.
Tired of waiting for deployments to slow down and other hardships of military life, Staff Sgt.
The man convicted of killing a Minnesota National Guard sergeant last August will be sentenced Tuesday.
Earth Day is April 22nd and each year members of the South Dakota National Guard do something to help local communities.
Air National Guard Senior Master Sgt. Lisa DiSalvo of Mequon is one of about 120 Navy and Air National Guard medical professionals providing medical, dental and optometry care to residents of Abbeville, La., during exercise "Cajun Care."
Congressman Henry Cuellar announces the Appropriations Committee has successfully passed two of 12 funding bills out of committee that require strong steps to address the Veterans Affairs claims backlog.
A delivery truck set off an electronic explosives monitor while entering the front gate at the Delaware Air National Guard Base at mid-morning Monday, officials say.
A memorial unveiled last month in Norman at the Armed Forces Reserve Center honors the 15 members of the Oklahoma National Guard who have been killed in action during the war on terrorism.
Michael Damon of Uxbridge says his life was changed by a dog. Last year, the 44-year-old Marine combat veteran was matched with a black Labrador retriever through NEADS, which trains assistance dogs for deaf and disabled people.
On April 15, 2014, the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Patriot Award has been awarded to the Morris County Prosecutor's Office.